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Tyler Loudon places in the top at the 2014 Junior National Maine-Anjou Show

Published: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 11:09 a.m. CST

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The National Junior Maine-Anjou Show was hosted in Louisville, Ky., in conjunction with the National Junior Chianina Show and the National Junior Shorthorn Show. Three hundred twenty-five of the association’s youth from 24 different states gathered in Louisville to compete in multiple contests and breed shows.

Tyler Loudon of Creston isn’t new to the Maine-Anjou Junior National Show. He competed and placed in many contests throughout the week-long event and came out on top in the Bred and Owned Maine-Anjou Female show. Loudon raised and exhibited his heifer TLLC Ruby 77A who was the Champion Bred and Owned Senior Heifer Calf.

The Maine-Anjou breed has long been recognized for its maternal values, performance and outstanding carcass traits.

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